mi amp Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2014 https://archive.org/details/dillardite19621962dill * 1962 VMsvuUte Our high school days are filled with cherished memories. How could we ever forget our parents who have encouraged and enabled us to reach thus far? We shall always remember our teachers and our many dear friends. With our schooldays coming to their close we pause to look back upon the friends, sorrows and the happiness we have had. To help remember these special moments we present THE 1962 DILLARDITE. Editor-in-Chief /4clmt*u&tn*tia*t and ^acuity I I wish to congratulate those of you who are about to graduate from Dilliard High School. You will have com- pleted a program of studies and a part of your education. You have gained experiences and knowledge which will help you to continue further study or to endeavor to find a place in the business world. It is my sincere hope that you will become worthy citizens of the community, state and the nation To those of you who are returning to Dillard High School next year, I urge you, with the assistance of your parents and teachers, to select courses which will best prepare you to be worthy citizens in our democratic society and will bring financial success in your chosen occupation. Knowledge alone will not result in a full and happy life, it is necessary for each of you to develop an aware- ness of spiritial values and a strong moral character. Dear Dillardite Staff and Class: Allow me to express sincere appreciation and hearty commendations for undertak- ing such a mammoth project as has been yours in connection with the 1961-62 edition of the DILLARDITE. Long live the memories of your days here! Higher and higher should be your goals and aims because you matriculated here! What places and what offices will you fill? What contributions will you make? How much better will the world be now that you are closer to adulthood and have suc- cessfully completed 12 years of formal education? Graduates with plans for tomorrow must face such challenging and demanding questions as these. My challenges to you shall continue to be these: That eyes have not seen and ears have not heard all that is in store for Dillard High School if we will strive to work to our maximum and show sincere and dedicated interest in all that we try to do here. That this is the best school I know because I am doing so much to make it so. May God's richest blessings and my best wishes remain with you always and in ev- ery undertaking. Affectionately, JOHN H. WOOTEN, SR. Mr. J. H. Anderson Mrs. CM. Barnes Mrs. T. O. Brown Mrs. J. B. Carr Mrs. M. W. Cowan Mr. J. E. Green Mr. R. L. Dowery Mrs. D. W. Hardy JOHN H. ANDERSON, B.A., St. Augustine's College; Business Education - Social Studies. MRS. CHANNIE M. BARNES, A.B., Livingston College; General Science - Physical Ed. MRS. THERESA BROWN, B.S., Shaw University; Renesselaer Polytechnic Inst. , M.A.; Math. MRS. J. B. CARR, A.B., Shaw University; M.A., University of Michigan; History. MRS. MARJORIE COWAN, B.A., A. and T. College; Business Education. MR. ROBERT DOWERY, B.S., Kentucky State; Health and Physical Education. MR. JAMES E. GREEN, A.B., Clark College; B.D. , Gammon Theological Seminary; English - Math. MRS. DOROTHY W. HARDY, A.B., North Carolina College; M. A. , Columbia University; Guidance Counselor. We welcome Mrs. L. M. Durham, teacher of the special education class, who is present temporarily at our school due to lack of class- room space in the elementary schools. RT SCHOOL ♦ v\/e Ray Read Mm J IP * fc. ***** MRS. L. M. DURHAM Mr. E. B. Hughes Mrs - M - J ackson Mrs. H. H. Hughes Mrs - T - J° h ns°n Mrs. D. D. Jones Mrs. E. S. Jones Mrs. W. C. Jones Mr. H. Lucas Miss S. D. McCormick Mrs. T. McKoy MR. E. B. HUGHES, B.S., West Virginia State Band. MRS. H. H. HUGHES, B.S., Shaw University; Biology and General Science MRS. MINNIE K. JACKSON, A.B. , Shaw Uni- versity; N. C. College; English - Latin. MRS. THELMA JOHNSON, B.S., Hampton In- stitute; Juilliard School, Berkshire Center; Music. MRS. D. D. JONES, A.B., West Virginia State; English . MRS. E. SMITH JONES, B.S., M.S., North Carolina College; Home Economics MRS. W. C. JONES, B.A., A. andT. College English MR. HERMAN B. LUCAS, Hampton Institute; Masonry. MISS SHELVIGEAN D. McCORMICK, B.A., French; North Carolina College. MRS. THELMA McCOY, B.A., North Carolina College; Social Studies. Representing four of the phases in a student's school life are Mr. P. G. Wilder - Tuskegee Institute, Industrial Arts; Mr. R. O. Hawk- ins - Kentucky State - Physical Education; Mrs. A. W. Minnis Mr. A. B. Parker Mr. Parks Mrs. W. P. Poole Mrs. A. Kiggsbee Mrs. R. A. Siler Mr. W. P. Siler Mrs. W. Starke Miss M. E. Isler - Bennett College - Eng- lish and Drama; Seated, Mrs. L. T. Harris - >haw University - U.N. C, M.A., Mathe- matics. MRS. A. W. MINNIS, A.B., Virginia State; M.A., Hampton Institute; English. MR. A. B. PARKER, B.S., Livingston College; M.A., North Carolina; Chemistry, Biology and Physics. MR. T. L. PARKS, Hampton Institute; Carpentry MRS. W. P. POOLE, B.S., Shaw University; M.A., New York University; Home Economics. MRS. ARLENE RIGGSBEE, B.S., Hampton In- stitute; Business Education. MRS. R. A. SILER, B.S., N. C. College; Mathematics. MR. W. P. SILER, B.S., A. andT. College; Industrial Arts. MR. NEALA. STITT, B.A., St. Augustine's College; Sherman Square Studios; University of Penn. , M.S. ; Diversified Cooperative Training. MR. T. T. TORREY, South Carolina A. andM.; Driver Education, General Science. MRS. W. B. STARKE, Secretary. Mrs. Mattie T. Lincoln; Manager; Mrs. Julia C. King; Mrs. Nellie R. Scott; Miss Catherine Lamb; Mrs. Mary H. Pridgen. Mr. Claude Matthews, Mrs. Katie Lewis, Mr. John Hobbs. Scene *?>u>*k 7t*tvetCt*tf £xenci&e& ANDERSON, ANNIE (Ann) Tri-Hi-Y Club 1; NHA Club; French Club 3 Aim: Home Economics Teacher ARRINGTON, LENNIE JEAN (Jeannie) FTA Club 1-2; Vice Pres. 11-4 3; AKA Cinder- ella 3; Majorette 2-4 Aim: Nurse ATKINSON, JOHNNY (Johnny) Safety Club 2; Varsity Club 3; Science Club 1; Football 3-4 Aim: Army AYERS, VERNON (Bird) Hi-Y 1; Science Club 2 Aim: Barber *2Ve t6e Se*uo*& 'P*e4e*tt Out Stoxy BAKER, LID IE MAE (Sister) Dance Group 1; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2; Dramatics 3 Aim: Secretary BAKER, MARY ANN (Ann; Tri-Hi-Y Club 1; Bible Club; French Club; NHA Club; Glee Club Aim: Registered Nurse BALDWIN, ALTON GLEEN (Pappy Gonzolis) Science Club 1; Glee Club 2-4; Vice Pres. 10-1 2 Aim: Electrician BALDWIN, EUGENIA ANTOINETTE (Toni) Majorette 2-4; Corr. Sec. Student Council 4; Bus. Mgr. Jr. Class 3 Aim: Certified Public Accountant BARNES, BETTIE JEAN (Jean) Glee Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y Club 3; French Club 3 Aim: Secretary BARNES, JACQUELINE ANN (Jackie) Glee Club 1-2; Vice Pres. Press Club 2-3; Stu- dent Council 4; Miss S.C. Attendant 4; NAACP 4 Aim: Medical Technician BARNES, JAMES EARL (Fat) Safety Club 1; Science Club Aim: Bricklayer BARNES, JAMES FRANKLIN (Killer) Safety Club 1; Science Club 2 Aim: Air Force BELL, WILLIAM (Tiger) Boy Scouts 1; Science Club; Explorer 3 BENTON, JOYCE MARIE (Re) FTA 1; Dance Group 2; Tri-Hi-Y Club 3; Li- brary Staff 4 Aim-. Nurse BEST, EULA IRENE Tri-Hi-Y Club; Safety Club Aim: Beautician BEST, FRANCES (Fran) Dramatics 1-2; Dance Group 3; Glee Club 4; Student Council 4 Aim: Surgical Nurse BEST, MARY FRANCES (May) Band; Science Club; Safety Club; Dillard High News Staff Aim; Typist BEST, ROSETTA Glee Club 1-2; Math. Club 1 Aim: Nurse BODDIE, INEZ Tri-Hi-Y Club; Sightseeing Club Aim: Secretary BARDEN, FA YE LAJEUNE (Heels) NHA Club 2-3; Tri-Hi-Y Club 1; Glee Club 1 Aim: Secretary BORDEN, WILLIE (Goat) Dramatics 1 Aim: Army BOWDEN, CARDRINER (Denna) Band 1-2; Cheerleader 1-4; Dance Group 1-2; Miss Homecoming 4; DCT Club 4; Ass't Sec. 11-3 Aim: Commercial Education Teacher BREWINGTON, BEATRICE (Knob) Aim: Secretary BRINSON, KENNETH PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE PHOTO BRINSON, MARY GWENDOLYN (Gwent) Dance Group 1; Dramatics 2; Debating Club : Aim; Private Secretary BRITT, EDNA EARLE Tri-Hi-Y Club 1; Safety Club 1; Sightseeing Club 1; DCT Club 4 Aim: Cosmetologist BROWN, GLORIA FAYE (Glo Faye) FT A Club 1; Dramatics 2; Speech Club; DCT Club 4 Aim: Receptionist BRYANT, ELIJAH (Butch) Explorers Club; Dance Group; Science Club Aim: Army BRYANT, MARY (Sue) FTA Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2; Debating Club 3; First Place World Peace 3 Aim: Private Secretary BRYANT, RUTH ALICE (Sister) FTA Club 1; Glee Club 1-2; French Club 1-2; Student Council Aim: Elementary Teacher BURDEN, RALPH LEE Aim: Equipment Operator BYNUM, CLARENCE ANTHONY (Killer) Science Club; Bible Club Aim; Architect Engineer CAMPBELL, JOE NATHAN (Duke) Safety Club Aim: College CARMICHAEL, MARY ELIZABETH (Tippy) Office Staff 3-4; Student Council; Honor So- ciety 2-4; AKA Cinderella; Tri-Hi-Y Club 1 Aim: Private Secretary CHERRY, CLARENCE Junior Hi-Y Club 1; Science Club Aim: Service CHESTNUT, VERNELL (Vern) Dance Group 1-2; Cheerleader 3-4; AKA Cin- derella 3; Library Staff Aim: Medical Technologist COLEY, LIN WOOD Aim; Doctor COLEY, VIVIAN CAROL (Tom) Tri-Hi-Y Pres. 1; Pres. Debating Club; AKA Cinderella 3; Treas. Cherry Teen 2; Office Staff 4; Student Council 3-4 Airfi: English Teacher COLEY, WALTER BARNES Glee Club 1; Safety Club 2 Aim: Auto Mechanic COX, LEORA MARIE (Lee) Dramatics Club 1-2; Cheerleader 3-4 Aim: Barber COX, BARBARA ANN (Bob) Dance Group 1-2; Cheerleader 3-4; Library Staff 3-4; AKA Cinderella 3 Aim: Registered Nurse CRAWFORD, MARY (Fish) Dance Group 1-2; NHA Club 1; Speech Club 1; Treas. Honor Society 2-4 Aim: Teacher CREWS, EDWARD LAWRENCE (Dino) Dance Group 2; Bible Club; Student Council; Hi-Y Club Aim: Rock and Roll Singer DARDEN, ANNIE LEE (Annita) Dance Group 1-2; Cheerleader 3-4 Aim: Physical Education Teacher DAVIS, BETTY (Twitchie) Dance Group 1-2; Dramatics 1; Glee Club 1; Miss Student Council 4; Basketball Team 1; Co- Captain Cheerleaders 4 Aim: Designer DA YE, EMUEL RUDOLPH (Big Time) Varsity Club; Explorer Club Aim : Mason DLXON, EDNA Aim: Seamstress DOWDYE, EDWARD (Do-Di) French Club 3-4; Science Club 1-4 Aim: Electronics, Nuclear Physician, Develop the Nutro Electro Positron Bomb DREIGHTON, JOYCE LEE Dramatics Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y Club; Dramatics Play Aim: Nurse EATMON, DOLLIE (Lee) Dance Group; Tri-Hi-Y; Bible Club; NHA Club Aim: Registered Nurse EDWARDS, ANNIE RUTH (Sam) Cheerleader; Press Club 1; Safety Club; Miss Fire Prevention 4 Aim: Private Secretary EDWARDS, JUANITA (Pudding) Cheerleader 3-4; Girls' Basketball Team 1; Tri Hi-Y Club 1-2 Aim: Registered Nurse EDWARDS, NATHANIEL (Boosie) Aim; Air Force EDWARDS, SHEARLDINE (Dean) Tri-Hi-Y Club 1-2; NHA Club 2; Speech Club 3 Aim: Clerical Typist EXUM, ( JAMES EDWARD (The Big "X") Science Club 1-2 Aim: Doctor FAISON, ARTHUR (Jr.) Science Club 1; Varsity Club 2; Student Coun- cil 3-4; Football 1-4 Aim: Scientist FAISON, TOMMY LEE (Professor) Bible Club; Treasurer Science Club; Vice Pres. Library Club; Capt. Safety Club; Vice Pres. Glee Club Aim: Professional Singer FAISON, WILLIAM (Mose) Jr. Hi-Y Club; Science Club Aim: Army FENNELL, WILLIE JAMES (Bear) Brick Masonry I; Safety Patrol; Glee Club FORBES, RAY THOMAS (Tommy) Science Club 1-2; Varsity Club 2; Football Team 4; Ad. Mgr. Yearbook Staff Aim: Auto Mechanic fyutte*, Steadier, 7 > <zntce&, FORD, BERNADETTE (Sis) Pres. Homeroom; Tri-Hi-Y Club; Debating Club 3; Band 3-4 Aim: Telephone Operator GERALD, ROBERT JR. (Tightrope) Jr. Hi-Y Club; Press Club Aim: Bricklayer GRANTHAM, SANDRA (Sandy) D.C.T. Club; Cheerleader; Glee Club Aim: Legal Secretary HALL, MELFORD (Tulu) Jr. Hi-Y Club 1; Safety Club; Yearbook Staff Aim: Bricklayer HAMM, CAROLYN GRAY (Chop) Glee Club 1-2, Press Club 3; Vice Pres. Club Science Aim: Registered Nurse HARDY, GRACE NHA Club; Tri-Hi-Y Club Aim: Secretary HARGROVE, ANNIE MARIE (Tall Angel) Tri-Hi-Y Club 1; Safety Club 3; Dramatics Club 3 Aim: Hair-Stylist HARVEY, BARBARA ANN (Barb) Dance Group 1-3; Library Staff 4; Safety Patrol 3; AKA Cinderella Aim: Elementary Teacher HARVEY, BETTY JEAN (Beg) Tri-Hi-Y Club; NHA Club; Science Club; Safety Club Aim: Elementary Teacher HEATH, ANNIE FRANCES (Anne) Music Club 1-2; Journalism 2 Aim: Nurse or Secretary HERRING, DELORES LA VERNE (Lois) Dance Group 1-2; Cheerleader 3-4; Member NHS Aim; Private Secretary HERRING, DOROTHY (Dot) Dramatics Club 1-2; Public Speaking Aim: Secretary HILL, EMMA Glee Club; Science Club; Library Staff Aim: Nurse HILL, FLOYD (Billy) Hi-Y Club 1-2; Safety Club 3-4 Aim: Clerk HINES, ERTHEL (Cho-chi) Science Club 1; Press Club 2; Vice Pres. Jr. Class; Student Council; Basketball Team 2-4; Yearbook Staff Aim: Aeronautical Engineer HOBBS, RALPH Library Club; Science Club; French Club; Press Club Aim: Chemist or Doctor HODGES, WILLIE CHESTER (Chest) Dance Group; Sr. Hi-Y Club; Science Club Aim; Architect or Brick Mason HOLLOMAN, MARY Tri-Hi-Y Club 1-2; NHA 1-2; French Club 3 Aim: Social Worker HOLMES, JOHNNY HAROLD (Duke) Varsity Club 1-2; Football Team Aim: Pharmacist HORNER, DELORES JEAN (Lois) Sec. Tri-Hi-Y; News Staff; Yr. Bk. Aim: Secretary JACKSON, JAMES LEROY (Tugar) Varsity Club 1-3; Football 1-4 Aim: Army JOHNSON, JOSEPH (Joe) Student Council 1; Varsity Club 3; Basketball 1-4; Science Club; Hi-Y Club Aim: Lawyer JONES, BOBBY JONES, JOHNNY N. (Tiddy) French Club 3; Press Club 2; Basketball 1-4 Aim; English Teacher *&<zve Savufccect JOYNER, WESLEY COLEY Band Club 1-2; Varsity Club 1 Aim: Professional Musician KENNON, JAMES LOUIS (Slim) French Club 3 Aim : Army KENT, HARVEY (Stum) Aim: Marine Captain KING, JOHN ROBERT (King) Football 1-4; Varsity Club 2; Press Club 1; Stu- dent Council 1-4 Aim: Diplomat KIRK, RICHARD (Ba-Ba) Glee Club 1-2; Press Club 1-3; As. Editor Dil- lard High News; Student Council Aim: Physician LANGSTON, GEORGE Science Club 1-2 Aim: Army LAW SON, JOHN EARL (Feet) Band 1-4 Aim: Band Director LEWIS, GEORGE CARNELL French Club; Sight-Seeing Club Aim: Barber LEWIS, THOMAS (Juicy) Glee Club 1-4; Varsity Club 4; Dance Group 1 Aim: Research Veterinarian MARSH, LENDORA (Len) Tri-Hi-Y Club 1; Dance Group 2; NHA 1-4; French Club Aim: Home Economics Teacher MARTIN, GLORIA (Tuts) Honor Society Vice Pres. ; Press Club; AKA Cinderella Aim; Medical Technologist MASSEY, WILLIE (Little Bill) Varsity Club 1-4; Basketball 1-4 Aim: Professional Basketball Player MELTON, LEONARD (Bro-Rabbit) French Club; Safety Club; Bible Club Aim: Bricklayer MICKENS, CLEMMIE (lean) Tri-Hi-Y Club 1 Aim: Elementary Teacher MICKENS, ROSIE French Club 1; Press Club Aim: Beautician MIDDLETON, CLIFTON (Cliff) Science Club; Bible Club; Sight-Seeing Club; Glee Club Aim: Bricklayer ^eac£ Cut £fait& MITCHELL, ROGER (Mitch) Science Club 2; Bible Club 1 Aim: Army MOORE, AVIS P. (Silla) Band 4; Honor Society 2-3; Glee Club; Student Council 3 Aim: French Teacher MOORE, BENNIE (Stormy) Bible Club; Safety Club; Hi-Y Club Aim: Bricklayer MOSES, JOYCE Dance Group 1-4; Bible Club 1 Aim: Practical Nurse McCOLLOUGH, CHARLES (Flint) Safety Club Aim: Speller McKEITHAN, CECIL (Bitty) Glee Club 1; Press Club 1-2; Chemistry Club 2-3; Physics Club 2-3 Aim; Bio -Physicist McMILLIAN, DORIS (Piggie) Bank Staff 3-4; Honor Society 3; Student Coun- cil 2; Dramatic Club 1 Aim: Secretary NEWKIRK, FLOYD (June) Science Club 2-3; French Club 3 Aim: Commercial Artist NEWKIRK, HERBERT (Crip) Office Staff; Basketball; Football Varsity Club Aim: Male Nurse; Laboratory Technician NEWKIRK, HUBERT Science Club; Band Club; Varsity Club Aim: Laboratory Technician NEW SOME, ETHERLENE (Lene) FT A Club; Glee Club; Sight-Seeing Club Aim: Secretary NEWSOME, WILLARD (New) Safety Club 1; Science Club 1 Aim: Army PARKS, ALBERTA HELENA (Bert) Dance Group 1-2; Cheering Squad 2; Girls' Club Aim: Dance Instructor or Typist PARKS, BARBARA (Bobbie) Pres. Tri-Hi-Y Club 1; Press Club 1; Office Staff 1-2 Aim: Secretary PARKS, JOHN EARL (Moose) Bible Club 1-2; Sight-Seeing Club 1 Aim; Work PATTERSON, RAYMOND Hi-Y Club; Science Club 2 Aim ; Army PETTIWAY, JUSTICE EARL (Jake) Explorer Club; Bible Club Aim: Bricklayer PHILYAW, JAMES (Monkey) Hi-Y Club 1; Science Club 2 Aim: Air Force POWELL, ALBERT Glee Club 1; French Club 1-2; Hi-Y Club 1-2; Football 1 Aim: Air Force PRIDGEN, ELLEN (Ruth) Tri-Hi-Y Club; Speech Club Aim: Secretary RAYNOR, MAE GLORIA (Little Sweet) Dramatics Club 1; Lunch Staff 2 Aim: Surgical Nurse ROBERTS, ANNIE LEE (Ann) Dramatic Play and Club 1-3 Aim: Typist ROBERTS, ELLEN FRANCES (Ellen) Typing Club Aim; Physical Education Teacher ROBERTS, REYNOLD (Bubby) Science Club; Sightseeing Club Aim: Mason Same /4ie 7Re*Het*t&ened ROBERTSON, FRED W. (Fredrick) Band 2-4; Explorer Club 1 Aim; Architect SASSER, ROBERT (Sass) Explorers Club 1-2; Speech Club 3; Varsity Club Aim; Air Force SAULS, EDDIE (Big Sauls) Hi-Y Club 1-4; School Service; Dance Group 4 Aim: Marines SAVAGE, LEONARD (L. VO Band Club 1-2; Varsity Club 3; Football 2-4 SCOTT, JAMES D. (Jim) Glee Club 1-2; Patrol 1-2; Science Club 1; Press Club Editor Aim: Zoologist SHACKLEFORD, THURMAN (Candy) Baseball 2; Basketball 2 Aim: Policeman SHEALY, JANICE LOUISE (Shorty) Dance Group 1; Student Council; FTA Club 1; Sight-Seeing Club Aim: Executive Secretary SHERARD, SHIRLEY (Shirl) Tri-Hi-Y Club 1; French Club 1; Student Coun- cil 2-4; Honor Society Aim: English Teacher Setter ~76*«t Gt6en& SHORES, OTHELLO Glee Club 1; Science Club 3; Press Club 2; Stu- dent Council 1-4 Aim: Biologist SIMMONS, BOBBY (Saximo) Band 1-4; Glee Club 1-2; Science Club 2 Aim: Musician SIMMONS, CAROLYN (Carole) Honor Society 4; Science Club 3; Senior Play Aim: Registered Nurse SIMMONS, EDGAR RAY Explorers Club; Hi-Y Club Aim; Air Force SIMMONS, FRANKLIN (Frankie) Varsity Club; Dramatics Club; Speech Club Aim: Professional Baseball Player SIMMONS, JERRY Student Council; Science Club; Sight-Seeing Club Aim: Biology Technician SIMMONS, LEON (Godfreld) Varsity Club Aim; Architect Drawing SIMMONS, LOIS DEBORAH (Debbi) Student Council 1-2-3-4; Band Teen Council 3- 4; Honor Society Editor-in-Chief Yearbook Staff Aim: Registered Nurse Sat One &z*t Tfeven, 'ponyet SKINNER BLANCHE SHELRADEN Cheerleader L-2-3-4; Student Council Aim: Medical Technologist SMITH, ALTON (Gene) Science Club; Junior Aim: Army SOLOMON, ARTHUR (Butch) Science Club; Business Club Aim: Sign Painter SPICER, SELMA Glee Club; Press Club; Student Council Aim: Psychologist STEVENS, MABLE (Mae) Tri-Hi-Y Club; NHA Club; FTA Club Aim: Secretary STEVENS, WILBERT (Smilie) Explorers Club; Science Club; Varsity Club Aim: Air Force SUGGS, SELENA (Bo) Safety Club 1; Cheerleader 3-4; Dance Group 1-2 Aim: Nurse SWINSON, GLORIA (Shorty) Glee Club 1; Bible Club 1; Sight-Seeing Club 1' Aim: Practical Nurse SWINSON, RAYMOND Student Council - President 4; Science Club 1; Honor Society 4; Band Aim: Electronics Engineer TATE, FRED (Plum) French Club; Safety Club; Bible Club Aim: Carpenter TAYLOR, BETTIE JEAN (Jeanie) Dramatics Club 1-2; NHA Club 2-3; Student Council 3; Business Club Aim: Private Secretary THORNTON, SANDRA EMMA (Patty) Cheerleader 3-4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 1-2; Bible Club Aim; Secretary WARD, HAZEL (Zel) Dance Group 1-2; Speech Club 3; Student Council 2-3 Aim; Doctor WARREN, CLIFTON (Clip) Jr. Hi-Y Club 1; Science Club 2 Aim: Teacher WATSON, HERMAN Science Club; Explorers Club WEEKS, THOMAS Explorers Club; Safety Patrol; Hi-Y Club Aim: Air Force Wtiett t6e &ovetect T>tfiCo*tta *)& deceived at WHITE, RICHARD JOSEPH Glee Club 1-2; Bible Club 1; French Club 3; Dance Group Aim: Actor WHITFIELD, KIRBY (Worm) Varsity Club Aim: Army WHITFIELD, MARY ANN (Tipie) Dance Group; French Club; Cheerleader Aim: Secretary WILEY, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH (Chris) Student Council; Glee Club; Math. Club Aim: Psychiatric Aide FLOWERS, WILBERT (Kool) Hi-Y Club; Science Club Aim: Air Force WHITFIELD, GLORIA (Jean) Cheerleader 3-4 Aim: Private Sec. WILLIAMS, ANGERA (Angel) Captain of Cheerleaders Aim; Secretary WILLIAMS, SYLESTER (Syles) Pres. Honor Society Aim: Cer. Pub. Account- ant WOOTEN, SHIRLEY (Shirl) Newspaper Staff Aim: Secretary SILVA, ALICE (Cookie) Band II Aim: Surgeon /// BEST, JACK EARL (Jack) Sr. Hi-Y Aim: Air Force SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS From left to right: Toni; Bus. Manager; Lois, Corr. Secretary; Ruth, Rec. Secretary; Erthel, V. President; Mary, Chaplain; John, President; Doris, Treasurer. TVtCfoit Steve** So live, that when thy summons comes to join The innumerable caravan, which moves To that mysterious realm where each shall take His chamber in the silent halls of death, Thou go not, like the quarry slave at night, Scourged to his dungeon, but, sustained and soothed By an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave, Like one who wraps the drapery of his couch About him, and lies down to pleasant dreams. -William Cullen Bryant- ROSA ELLEN FORT Born February 5, 1944 Grade 12-4 Passed September 9, 1961 WILBERT EARL STEVENS Grade 12-3 Born February 18, 1944 Passed January 24, 1962 TUNE: Exodus Selma Spicer Christine Wiley The day we've sought is now reality! Rut ^ g r y an t We proudly praise our Alma Mater Dear. We face the future faithfully; And try to do our best, until we've reached success; To develop courage and seek happiness. Dear Dillard High, we leave our best to you — The time has come to say adieu. We'll strive to show what we can do As we travel on with memories of Thee. God bless the ones who helped us through the years — Our parents, teachers, and our friends. They gave us faith, the will to win, And encouraged us to dedicate Our Lives, To follow through our dreams. We must go on until our fame is quite serene. For God hath willed "THIS BE OUR DREAM" ! MOTTO: THE DOOR TO SUCCESS IS LABELED ---PUSH! CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Pink and Lavender White Carnation *7^e Se*U<n& 'Ptedettt t6e 62 VSoU of ?<i*Ke TALLEST Annie Hargrove Thurman Shackleford STOUTEST Gloria Brown Reynold Roberts MOST ATHLETIC Selena Suggs Arthur Faison Johnny Atkinson Athletic Blanche Skinner Othello Shores Attractive - Lennie Arrington Herbert Newkirk Agreeable - Annie Heath Edward Dowdye Bashful - - Betty Harvey Thomas Lewis Conceited Barbara Parks Jerry Simmons Courteous Delores Herring Cliffton Middleton Cute Frances Best James Scott Delightful _______ Vernell Chestnut Clarence Bynum Gabby Dollie Eatmon Joe Campbell - -- -- -- -- -- Disagreeable - -- -- -- -- - Sandra Grantham Nathaniel Edwards - -- -- -- -- _________ -Gloria Brown Emuel Daye — - -- -- -- -- - Humorous - -- -- -- -- -- Hazel Ward Jerry Simmons - -- -- -- -- - Intellectual - -- -- -- -- - Mary Crawford Raymond Patterson - -- -- -- - Quiet - -- -- -- -- -- -- -Rosa Mickens Kirby Whitfield — - -- -- -- - Lazy - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Clemmie Mickens Walter Coley Arthur Solomon - -- -- -- -- - Handsome Wilbert Flower — - -- -- -- - obedient - -- -- -- -- -- - Delores Horner Edward Crews _______ Popular - -- -- -- -- -- - -Alberta Parks John Earl Parks Nosey - - Mable Stevens Eddie Sauls - -- -- -- -- -- - Talkative Jacquelyn Barnes Raymond Swinson - -- -- -- -- Famous - -- -- -- -- -- - -Lois Simmons Kirby Whitfield - -- -- -- -- - Notorious _______ Cardriner Bowden William Bell Witty Angera Williams Johnny Jones - - Silly Sandra Thornton Bobby Simmons _______ Talented - -- -- -- -- -- - Alice Silva Elijah Bryant - - Zealous Selma Spicer Johnny Holmes Kind Shirley Wooten Richard Kirk __. -Likable - -- -- -- -- -- - Selena Suggs Emuel Daye - -- -- -- -- -- - Neat Annie Edwards Linwood Coley - -- -- -- -- - Proudest - -- — - -- -- -- Selma Spicer Pretty __________ Eugenia Baldwin Floyd Newkirk - - — - -- -- - -Artistic - -- -- -- -- -- - -Betty Davis Robert Gerald - -- -- -- -- -- Modest - -- -- -- -- -- - -Priscilla Moore Erthel Hines - -- -- -- -- -- - shapely - -- -- -- -- -- - Lois Simmons Floyd Newkirk - -- -- -- -- - -Understanding - -- -- -- -- Delois Herring John King .. Leadership - -- -- -- -- -- Sylester Williams Vernon Ayers - -- - - Slow Doris McMillian Shy - -- -- -- -- -- -- - Barbara Harvey Willie Fennell Best Dancers - -- -- -- -- - Alberta Parks Albert Powell - -- -- -- -- -- Elegant Gloria Martin Fred Robertson Pleasant Ruth Bryant On September 3, 1958, a group of boys and girls assembled in the auditorium to make plans and compile materials for a four-year stay. Jerry Simmons was elected president of the Freshman class and under his leadership, ability, our class moved forward. Our advisors were Miss A. J. Riggsbee, Miss S. E. Jones, Mrs. C. M. Barnes, Miss V. M. McLean, Mr. R. O. Dowery, Mr. W. P. Siler, and Mr. N. A. Stitt. We were very active our first year. Gloria Swinson won third place as "Miss Homecoming, " we also became members of the Student Council and joined other activities. Our principal was Mr. F. G. Shipman. With his help, we were ready to make a step forward. Our second year at Dillard High School and very proud to be classified as Sophomores, we elected Thomas Lewis as our class pres- ident. We were sad to have our principal, Mr. F. G. Shipman leave, but under the principalship of Mr. H. V. Brown, we moved steadily. We had thirteen members on the Honor Society. Having done so well, we took another giant step. The third year at Dillard High School and feeling very superfluous to be called Juniors, we tried to live up to our name "Sophisticated Juniors. " During this year we had many students competing in several activities. Some were successful and some were not, but we showed much leadership. Sandra Grantham placed third in the "Miss Homecoming" exercise. Wesley Joyner placed third in the Omega Talent Hunt, Shirley Sher- ard won first place in the Oratorical Contest; Blanche Skinner was elected "Miss Varsity. " There were thirteen During that year, Mary Bryant I students on the Honor Society and showing much ability to carry on the next year, won the U. N. Speaking Contest. Now Seniors, the class that all Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors seem to envy and admire; we have pushed upward to the level we now stand. This year we tried to live up to our name "Dignified Seniors. " Raymond Swin- son was elected president of the Student Council, John King, president of the Senior Class and Cardriner Bowden was elected "Miss Homecoming. " / We were very sorry to lose two of our dear classmates during our Senior year; Rosa Ellen Forte, and Wilbert Earl Stevens were fatal victims of automobile accidents. \ For some of the seniors, this year will mean an end to formal education; but for still others, this milestone will only open avenues of study. We are confident that the main concern of the members of the class of '62 will be to help make this present world a better place in which to work and to live. "Shirley Sherard TOM **td 7e4t*me*tt We, the members of the class of nineteen hundred and sixty-two and the state of North Carolina, being in good mental and physical condition do make this our last will and testament, hereby revoking all other wills made by us. ARTICLE I To our principal: Our profound gratitude; for keeping our wings clipped to keep us from "flying the coop. " ARTICLE II To our teachers: We estend our gratitude for whose constant guiding light furnished the energy. ARTICLE III To the Underclassmen: Our best wishes to "rule the roost" in English, Math, History, French, "et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. " ARTICLE IV Section I Annie Edwards wills her curls to Margeret Swift. Jean Whitfield wills her boyfriends to Bertha Lofton. To Almeta Edwards, Juanita Edwards leaves her seat in College Math. , wishing success. Sandra Thornton wills her beautiful laugh to Mamie Suggs. Selena Suggs wills her cheerleader suit to Patricia Burden. Blanche Skinner wills her hips to Bessie Darden. Hazel Ward wills her dancing ability to her brother, Richard Ward. Jacqueline Barnes wills her talkativeness to Gloria Silver. Gloria Martin wills her dimples to Norma Cherry. Lennie Arrington wills her majorette suit to Queen Esther Watson. Bettye Davis and Eugenia Baldwin leave their hair styles to their sisters, Vip and Ment. Edward Crews leaves his ability to stroll to James Stallings. Doris McMillan wills her banking position to Jim Bryant. Lendora Marsh wills her ability to dress to Ginger Marsh. To Levi Hamilton Jr. , Raymond Swinson leaves his drum major suit. To Harold Batiste, Richard White leaves his 'boss dress. Floyd Newkirk leaves art ability to Bert Danield. Alberta Parks wills her 'boss dancing steps' to her sister, Josephine Parks. To Jackie Reid, Joyce Dreighton leaves her seat in English. Herbert Newkirk wills his honesty to William Paul Newkirk. Pricilla Moore wills her hips to Carolyn Robertson. Gloria Swinson wills her shortness to Bessie Davis. Mary Crawford wills her Latin II book to Lenora Crawford. Mary Carmicheal leaves to Frances Cherry her Bookkeeping book. Delores Herring wills her soft voice to Margaret Gray. Carolyn Simmons wills her band suit to Annie Isler. Edna Britt wills her French ability to Saran Spicer. Mable Stevens wills her driving ability to Judy Hickman. Bettie Taylor wills her shorthand ability to Ronald Broadhurst. Linwood Coley wills his strength to Willie Garett. To Vester Whitley, Thomas Lewisleaves his bow legs. To Lula Smith, Cardriner Bowden leaves her big feet. Lois Simmons wills her driving license to Thomasine Hardy. Class '62 WITNESSES: Gloria Whitfield, Sandra Thornton, Juanita Edwards, Annie Edwards - Notary Public Through the crystal ball of '62. I see what many of our graduates in '66 will be. What we see here is quite lengthy in time, but we'll put it before you in rhyme . . . Selena Suggs and Joseph Johnson will be lawyers Who will never lose a case Edward Dowdye will be developing rockets and weapons for Out-of-Space Lois Simmons will be a Registered Nurse Alberta Parks will be a Clerical Typist someday Cardriner Bowden will be notorious in her own way A professional woman is she Annie Edwards will be a private secretary To President Kennedy Dollie Eatmon and Clemie Mickens will be housewives Faye Barden will be a singer at the Apollo Theater Arthur Soloman will be a News Commentator Leonard Savage, an Architect Johnny Holmes will be a Pharmacist with the best medicines yet Mary Holloman will be a Social Worker, a great child lover is she Jacqueline Barnes will be a Lab Technician and a housewife Mable Stevens will be a Private Secretary Her choice of a singer is first Thurman Shackleford will be a Detective He must have picked the worst Eugenia Baldwin will work at the White House as bookkeeper Eddie Sauls will get out a little cheaper Ruth Bryant will be a Primary Teacher Mary Whitfield, a Cosmetologist Annie Hargrove will be a hair stylist A model is her second choice Kirby Whitfield will be a great singer He's the man with the voice Edward Crews will always be in school Richard White will always be Cool. Sylester Williams is a great Accountant Bettye Davis, a Paris designer Angera Williams will be someone great Right now we don't know- -maybe at a later date --Mable Stevens Dorothy Lewis Vivan Garrett Carolyn Kent Betty Parks Thelma Holloway Carolyn Robertson Patricia Mclntrye Carol Hamilton Patricia Leggett William Jones Floyd Fennell Roy L. Dixon Calvin Dickerson t Elgin Reid Nathaniel Baldwin Marvin Parks Booker T. Lane Frank Daniels Eugene Best Charles Johnson Kennon Jacobs Kennon Armstrong Harold Batiste Leslie Middleton Verda McClarin Marie Simmons Willie M. Hamilton Fannie M. Coley Vonnell Lewis George Benton Louise Buckram Carolyn McNair Rachel Austin Margaret Gray Delores Pope Jo Ann Ward Myrtle McDuffie Christine Anderson Linda Watson Mary Barnes Minnie Baldwin Lacy Artin Minnie Swinson Brenda Crawford Larry Reid Lyndon Patterson James Batts Carl Fennell James Bryant King D. Kornegay Issac Best George McDaniels James Kornegay James Donnie Mann Charles Wynn James Vinson Earl Patterson Clifton Rouse William R. Powell James M. Coley Leewood Whitfield Raymond Bryant Connie Best Linda Atkinson Gladys Brwington Mae Gloria Benton Annie Simms Evelyn J. Best Gertude Barnes Daisy Austin Jacqueline Reid Katie Johnson Nettie Exum Barbara Richardson Laura J. Jones Mamie Suggs Barbara Phillips Irvin Allen f Floyd Packer Ira Daniels Sim White V ester Whitley Reginal Ashford Colonel Barnes Willie Brewington Harvey Barnes Shirley McKoy Ina Gloria Howell Herman Mickens Bessie Davis Grace Best Barbara King Maxine Williams Vriginia Smith Cleopatra Sherard Delores McClary Muriel White Doris Harper Shirley Middleton Gerald Hayes Freda Smith Lula E. Smith Wilvera Isler Delores Faison Margaret Miller Lillie Hamilton Sandra Coston Willie M. McKinney Brenda Thomas Eleanor Whitfield Mable T. Hardy Beatrice Williams Essie Williams Earl Williams Jimmy Williams Jesse Black Levi Hamilton, Jr. John Jolly Frederick Peacock Ronald Broadhurst Thomas Dickerson William R. B. Morris Janet Warren mm Ik. James Taylor Annie Hooks Bessie Brown Barbara A. Grant Mamie Brooks Martha Borden Cynthia Kirk Nannie Johnson Patricia Jones Annie Ruth Kornegay Gloria Borden Luther Dawson Betty Jean Smith Robert Pate Larry Black James Mickens Donnie Borden Carolyn Ford Carnell Raynor Wayne Hunter Cora Jones Clara Barnes Delores Harvey Frances Cherry Johnnie Mae Hines Catherine Holmes Geraldine Summers Jewel Vann Mary Pearsall Nancy Cad well Mildred Carlisle Wilhelmina Speight Nora Bunn Shirley Kornegay Barbara Spencer Kenneth Durham Hurbert Daniels Kenneth Bagley Burce Berry Walter R. Fennell William H. Lewis Ronald Wilson Charles Scott Douglas Gills Shirley Jackson Gladys Fraizer Jankie Darden Vivian Stallings Lila Jones Andrew Holmes Carolyn George Gloria Lofton Almetra Edwards Earlene Flowers Virginia Lane Annie Ross Isler Delores McElroy Carl Campbell Henry Stevens Burke Daniels James McBride Curtis Pope Zela Stokes Claude Hatch William Woodard Shirley Green Bessie Simmons Nettie Exum Lula Bell Johnson Delores Bynum Inez Brewer Leroy Washington Emmett Height Cynthia Smith Margaret Swift Janie R. White Patricia Bannerman Brenda Thomas Naomi Hicks Jerrie Reese Charles Marsh Arthur McAllister William Newkirk Barbara Stephens Fannie Williams Rosa Smith Charles Lane Patricia Whitley Ruby Blue Gloria Ford Dorothy Brown Bertha Loftin Detra Best Dorothy Cox Ronald Whitley Earlene Cherry Lewis Cox Kirby Brown Foy Coley Coy Coley Robert Jackson Robert Kornegay Willie Kornegay Doris Morris Dorothy Best Bettye Smith Carolyn Bryant Mary Whitfield Linda Barnes Charles Shaw Billy Lewis Ruby Royall James Hill James Cain Annabelle Bennett Delvia Lewis Lafayette Jordon Kennon Laggett Harold Barnes Louis Coley Barbara Vinson Jimmy Greenfield Donnell Thomas Norman Hardy Margie Flanagan Wilhelmenia Wiggins Kenneth Mclntyre Letha Faison Josephine Parks Ernestine Jones Thelma Rowe Walter Kornegay Angeline Moore Gloria Ward Emily Saunders Rudolph Taylor Glenwood Burden Thomas Ayers Johnnie Lucas David Rowe Charles Woodard Alexander Bryant Ivan Jones Arcaster Philyaw Ralph Best Donald Worrells Mary Smith Robert Melton Patsy Taylor Student (famed Corr. Sec. - EUGENIA BALDWIN STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Chaplain - PATSY TAYLOR Rec. Sec. - JOSEPHINE PARKS Pres. - RAYMOND SWINSON Treas. - SYLESTER WMS. Pari. - SELMA SPICER Vice Pres. - JOHN KING Sgt. -at- Arms - A. FASON Sec. Vice Pres. - NETTIE SHERRAD Lidie Baker Annie Heath Bettye Taylor @cuttftoc& Stone Illllii"— Ethelene Newsome Doris McMillian Joyce Dreighton James Bryant Raymond Swinson John King Doris McMillian Shirley Craft ^i/t/f ' +f/?A Lennie Arrington Lula Smith Mary A. Uzzell /fjp^^W^Tfc^' Jacquelin Isler Letha White Lacie Artist „ Dorothy Cox Eugenia A. Baldwin HI Safety PaCtot 3 STANDING President - MRS. BEULAH BARNES Vice President - MRS. GERTRUDE McBRIDE SEATED Treasurer - MRS. D. W. HARDY Secretary - MISS M. E. ISLER DRUM MAJOR Raymond Swinson VcUcmd School Scutd First place - Shriner Parade - two consecutive years MR. E. B. HUGHES, Director PRESIDENT Jo Ann Ward President - RAYMOND SWINSON Vice President - FLETCHER WORRELLS Secretary - JACQUELINE BARNES Director - MR. L. T. DORTCH Business Manager - LEVI HAMILTON Assistant Secretary - EUGENIA BALDWIN Treasurer - LOIS SIMMONS Chaplain - ANGERA WILLIAMS 4lk 4Kb. ^le&Ue Street (?o*K*Hci*uty gente* tytW (?£u& President - ANGERA WILLIAMS Vice President - ANNIE EDWARDS Secretary - JACQUELINE BARNES Sponsor - MRS. GRACE J. REID Assistant - VERNELL CHESTNUT Treasurer - JUANITA EDWARDS Sergeant-at-Arms - JEAN WHITFIELD J O. fVawtiHA, Sot Willie Massey* Thomas Lewis* Nathaniel Baldwin Harold Batiste Fredrick Peacock "BLUE AND GOLD" Lift happy voices, praises unfold Hail to the Blue and Gold. Let songs of gladness rise to the sky For Dear, old Dillard High And strive to show, as on we go Ability and power To do the right with all our might Thru every changing hour. With hope and loyalty and courage Our lives shall e'er be blest; And ever for our Alma Mater We will work; we will do our best. As on we go, our aim shall grow, Our cheers will ever cry To do the right with all our might For thee, Dear Dillard High. By Mrs. Thelma I. Johnson ** * * Sc6*ot (^teect We believe in our school as an institution so organized and carried on as to give boys and girls a triple training that is necessary for a well-rounded life. We believe firmly in the coordinate training of the head, the heart, and the hand, for though each one is necessary, neither can be of great use alone. We believe that a life worth living must embody mental satisfaction, industrial pursuits, and a spiritual outlook, therefore, our various subjects and activities have been so planned and selected by us and our elders as to ultimately develop one or more sides of our educational triangle. We pledge that in all our endeavors we shall strive to grow mentally, physically, and spiritually strong, for we know that only such a triple development can make a real life, and in the final analysis a true American citizen. Senior Class President - JOHN R. KING Principal - JOHN H. WOOTEN, SR. Recessional Miss Cardriner Bowden, a beautiful young senior, was crowned Miss Homecoming of 1961-62 during the halftime activities of the game between Patillo High and Dillard. She was crowned by our Captain - John R. Cardriner plans to attend the Agricultural and Technical College in Greensboro, N. D. , where she will major in Commercial Education. , ' ' ' . Scenes 'pnotK r¥o*Heco*Ht*tg, *j&a>t€ute (fc€HCOX *PCo4Zt MINNIE BALDWIN - THELMA HOLLOWAY Settlor *?Co<zt MARY CARMICHEAL - MARY CRAWFORD JACQUELINE BARNES Oct. 31, 1961 Very Entertaining ! - ( '»A ' Full Evening of Fun! ! Feb. W ins 2nd Place 1961 Lois Sim; MpaaCTaaptei ^ r est C ? Se ^ati 0n o^Non, . C Use Car - purpose ^ ;StnJ#*ntc Ait#*../f at '58 - *59 GLORIA SWINSON Miss Homecoming Attendant tended the final rites of Pr n:ii i ii! hw >ct. - 1961 Miss Annie Edwards and Floyd Hill were honored as Mr. and Miss Fire Prevention Parade. 5T i B ;i?°" " : A «" : 1961 Dillanl Top: ft ft f 6 b cb- e Feb. 1961 SHm T American Ugi°* ^ PUCein ^ Contest D.H.S. itate OtatortalCo- MisS Sbetardwast J in Yulel News j Dillard id fugli gr; ader. Put all tho: md will ha\ ction leadei President J esident. Bol tary, Delo ea surer, Lo n. David ■ntarian, Tl tant Band Seetio ! Leaders— Jc i lores L. MeC Broadhurst ; Clarence McC son, Dwight Feb. - U, 1962 . itt place On ~£Z2ZZ-<~ Hunt band ^lufa, S**ut& K/wa *P%e4lcU*tcty LT 1 «* Perf Delegation at Convention with our President, Raymond Swinson ;>ni< f irfl speaking play Ii Lula Smith, an active junior, was elected president of the North Carolina Association of Student Councils. The con- vention was held in Wilson, December 8-11, 1962. She is also President of the local and Secretary of the state N. A. A. C. P. RKD HE Our sponsors, Mrs. W. P. Poole, Mrs. D. W. Hardy with West Elm's Mrs. V. F. Sutton. MRS. BEULAH BARNES, P. T. A. y President •MR. WOOTEN, Principal MR. GEORGE WILSON, P.T.A. Council President &z**tfr T>tUand — Stood &M*t. These girls are part of a group who participates in Dillard High School summer occupational program. This has been an annual school pro- ject since 1936. Alberta Park WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT? MR. N. A. ST ITT fit /4frfifiecccitca€t — 7ft*. 71. /4. Stat We the members of the class of "1962" do not feel that our Annual would have been complete without ex- pressing the gratitude that we feel in our hearts for Mr. N. A. Stitt. Mr. Stitt is one of our former advisors who had to leave us this year to undertake a new phase of work. Although he is not one of our advisors, he has worked diligently with us in making our long awaited dreams a reality. He has made many sacrifices to help us whenever we needed him. Mr. Stitt is very active in a countless number of community activities. To Mr. Stitt we give our warmest thanks. The Class of 1962 will ever be grateful to you. Honoring "MISS ALUMNI" - 1961 at Homecoming Game (N. A. Stitt, Mrs. Ruth Mat- thews, Leslie Parks, Jr. , and Mrs. Dorothy Burden) Crowning of Local "MISS ALUMNI 1962" Contestant Presenting Alumni Charter to Philadelphia and Balti more Chapters We, the Dillardite staff, hope we have recorded the past events, well enough to keep your memories alive for decades to come I ! Left to right: Eugenia Baldwin - Chief Typist; John King - Associate Editor; Doris McMillan - Business Manager; Lois Simmons - Editor-in-Chief; Raymond Swinson - Sport Editor; Jacqueline Barnes - Make-up Editor; Ray Forbes - Ad. Manager. 7^e TttMcvtdtte Sta^ mm We wish to thank everyone who has helped to make the dream of this annual a reality. We also wish much success to the "Dillardite Staffs" to follow. The "Dillardite Staff" of 1962 Left to right: Erthel Hines, Angera Williams, Bettye Davis, Alberta Parks, Melford Sims, Car- driner Bowden, Cecil McKeithan, Lendora Marsh, Delores Hunter, Sylester Williams, Carolyn Simmons, Vivian Coloy. ADVERTISERS OUR PATRONS Mrs. Gladys Albert Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen Miss Sarah Alston Mr. J. H. Anderson Mr. Clifton Artis Mrs. Fannie Atkinson Mr. Frank Atkinson Mrs. Georgia Atkinson Mrs. Hilda I. Atkinson Mrs. Lee Atkinson Miss R. L. Atmore T/Sgt. and Mrs. James Atwaters Mr. Tommy Alston Mr. Russell Alston Mr. and Mrs. Marion Badgett Mrs. Dorothy Bailey Mrs. Mary Baker Mrs. Beatrice Bark Mr. and Mrs. Alton Barnes Mrs. Beaulah D. Barnes Mr. Bennie Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Benson N. Barnes Mrs. C. M. Barnes Mr. Leir Barnes Mr. Thomas Barnes Miss Diane Battle Mrs. Mary Battle Mr. Cleveland Bell Mr. Woodrow Bell Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Belton Mrs. Mary Bennette Mrs. Cassie M. 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